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    Posted: 21 January 2022 at 12:07pm

15 Johnny McNicholl; 14 Liam Williams, 13 Jonathan Davies (capt), 12 Scott Williams, 11 Ryan Conbeer; 10 Rhys Patchell, 9 Dane Blacker; 1 Wyn Jones, 2 Ryan Elias, 3 Samson Lee, 4 Sam Lousi, 5 Morgan Jones, 6 Aaron Shingler, 7 Shaun Evans, 8 Sione Kalamafoni.

Reps: 16 Marc Jones, 17 Phil Price, 18 Javan Sebastian, 19 Josh Helps, 20 Carwyn Tuipulotu, 21 Kieran Hardy, 22 Sam Costelow, 23 Ioan Nicholas.

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Tomas Lezana (foot), WillGriff John (back), Blade Thomson (concussion), Rob Evans (knee), Josh Macleod (hamstring), Ken Owens (back), Tom Price (ankle), Dan Davis (pectoral muscle), Tom Phillips (knee), James Davies (concussion), Leigh Halfpenny (knee), Corey Baldwin (foot), Lewis Rawlins (concussion), Harri Williams (ankle), Johnny Williams (calf), Joe Roberts (knee).

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I dont know wht to say, I like again this selection so much...their selection is so good also..
this time I dont exeptc a bonus point win or something else. I would like to see a team who is in play for more time possible and play an enjoyable rugby
Come on Scarlets!
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15.Charles Piutau (56 apps); 14. Luke Morahan (89 apps), 13. Semi Radradra (27 apps), 12. Ioan Lloyd (53 apps), 11. Henry Purdy (32 apps); 10. Callum Sheedy (120 apps), 9. Harry Randall (76 apps); 1. Jake Woolmore (94 apps), 2. Bryan Byrne (22 apps), 3. Kyle Sinckler (29 apps), 4. 19. Ed Holmes (79 apps), 5. Joe Joyce (137 apps) (c), 6. Chris Vui (79 apps), 7. Dan Thomas (99 apps), 8. Fitz Harding (20 apps).

System players: 16. Harry Thacker (63 apps), 17. Yann Thomas (79 apps), 18. John Afoa (77 apps), 19. John Hawkins (28 apps), 20. Steven Luatua (86 apps), 21. Andy Uren (126 apps), 22. Piers O’Conor (93 apps), 23. Siva Naulago (11 apps).



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Bristol's team announcement tweet "Comin' in Hot!" I wonder whether they'll get their heads through the changing room door?
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Near enough a full team, bench is not as strong but with all the injuries it is fully expected. Just saw the Bristol team and they look very strong. Ioan Lloyd at 12 is very interesting and Scott could potentially expose his lack of game time there. Looking forward to seeing Patch v Sheedy. But more importantly really looking forward to watching live rugby in PYS.
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Lezana out again-not good.Thomson and concussion likewise.Could get messy behind.
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   Teams selected, can't wait now . Ioan Lloyd a very good attacking player, but a revolving door in defence . An area we can't definitely target that area .

      Come on the Scarlets!!!
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We should target the 10-12 channels. Sheedy isn’t a great defender and Ioan Lloyd is tiny; Probably the lightest centre playing pro rugby this weekend. There’ll be opportunities to get some go-forward by running at them.

They’ll be a handful in broken play with that backline though. 
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Their front row replacements are very very good.
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Yet another position for Ioan Lloyd - starting to remind me James Hook - mind he didn't do too badly come to think of it!!!!! Lloyd's role will be the 2nd playmaker getting the ball into Radrada's hands as quickly as possible. If Foxy is ever going to wind the clock back tomorrow is surely the day to do it. 
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Great seeing Patchell & Conbeer starting.
Josh Helps over Jac Price is interesting.
Running low on 7's, Iestyn Rees not on the injured list so should be in contention for next week.

Ioan Lloyd at 12 has to be targeted, though they wouldn't put him there if he couldn't do a job.
Couple shots at him outside, inside and through him should give us an idea.

They haven't been even close to their best this season but are still very capable.
We cannot kick the ball aimlessly, Piutau, Radradra and co. will punish us
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Back row looks worrying can’t believe we have lost Blade again to concussion and Lezana out at same time.
Time for Foxy And Liam to stand up and show us they still have what it’s takes. 
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Originally posted by 157cb 157cb wrote:


   Teams selected, can't wait now . Ioan Lloyd a very good attacking player, but a revolving door in defence . An area we can't definitely target that area .

      Come on the Scarlets!!!

Very exciting selections.

A year or two ago I would have agreed about Ioan Lloyd’s defence, but there’s no question he’s improved immeasurably in that area.


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Originally posted by hartson11 hartson11 wrote:

Originally posted by 157cb 157cb wrote:


   Teams selected, can't wait now . Ioan Lloyd a very good attacking player, but a revolving door in defence . An area we can't definitely target that area .

      Come on the Scarlets!!!

Very exciting selections.

A year or two ago I would have agreed about Ioan Lloyd’s defence, but there’s no question he’s improved immeasurably in that area.

They could also move  him to wing when without ball  or even switch to 10.
That is an attacking  team
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Looking forward to seeing Carwyn making an impact off the bench too.

Talking of impact, two ex All Blacks and a prolific Super League try scorer on the opposite bench does worry me somewhat!
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